Students experiencing racism on UW Madison’s campus formed Blind Side—to win a majority of student council seats and gain access to power and resources they didn’t have. The team grew to 90 trained students across campus who increased student voter turnout by 58%. In March 2016, they elected a slate of 19 members to the 29 available student council seats and won! They planned to address the effects of privatization on UW campuses, hate crimes, and a dismantled student governance structure.